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How do I setup Exchange Server 2003 to create webmail use for may domains

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I want setup Exchange Server 2003 for my Server in Company. One IP static can create a webmail server, now Can  I  use many different domainname to managed many company? Create 1 webserver use for many different domain? Help me? . And How do I use SharePoint? How do I setup it? Configuration it? send for me book about us.

I have Laptop sony, now I no used "Fn" on keyboard that no have CD Driver its. Now How I must do?

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If you want to host many domains in Exchange, you can do it manually by:
- editing DNS and having yll your domains in your DNS with apropriate A-records
- in Exchange, you can change default SMTP contact data by clicking on user -> Properties -> Exchange and ADD new SMTP data, where you enter full user e-mail
- you can create, for example, "webmail" A-record in DNS for each domain, then in IIS create "webmail" virtual domain, which will point to URL of your Exchange server locall, for example, to https://server.local/exchange
- now your clients can access OWA by typing URL https://webmail.theirdomain.com
- be aware, that usernames can NOT overlap! User JohnDoe in domainA cannot have duplicate JohnDoe in domainB. Only ONE JohnDoe user can exist over all your domains.
- also, keep in mind that Exchange is NOT meant to be webhosting MAIL server. there are other servers with specific performance and options for multiple domains hosting, for example, Merak Mail server http://www.merakmailserver.com/ , MailEnable PRO 3.x http://www.mailenable.com/ (this one has webmail interface very simmilar to Exchange OWA) and others.
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